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  • 2020-10-04 Carolyn Ann III Barnegat Light

    We will sail every day for two weeks or so weather providing. The weather looks great so far, so we hope to see you on board.
  • 2020-10-04 Ristori Bay Head

    However, all that will change on Oct. 8 when the N. J. sea bass fishery reopens. However, today s day trip was again slow.
  • 2020-10-03 Ristori Bay Head

    Miss Belmar Princess reported only a few were jigged during a frustrating day in good conditions. Nick Honachefsky has been loading up on small blues the last two days in the the Seaside area surf.
  • 2020-10-02 Ristori Bay Head

    Posted on October 2, 2020 Small blues still a best bet for inshore boaters The Golden Eagle from Belmar had another good catch of 1-4-pound bluefish today along with some bonito and little tunny. Capt. Dave Riback may switch Tuesday s bonito little tunny trip unless he hears some good info about the species sought.
  • 2020-10-01 Ristori Bay Head

    Posted on October 1, 2020 Lots of small blues in ocean There was no lack of bluefish today for N. J. party boats as the Golden Eagle from Belmar reported a boat limit was jigged. Bob is most impressed by the yellowfin tuna run at the Triple Wrecks where the Golden Eagle boated 54 during this week s trip.
  • 2020-09-30 Ristori Bay Head

    Posted on September 30, 2020 Most billfish must be released in U. S. Atlantic waters The small quota of billfish allowed to be landed by recreational fishermen in Atlantic Ocean waters has been filled, and all blue marlin, white marlin and roundscale marlin must be released for the rest of the year. The Gulf of Mexico and U. S. portion of the Caribbean Sea are included.
  • 2020-09-29 Ristori Bay Head

    Posted on September 29, 2020 Offshore fishing still hot most days Even with hundreds of boats often in the Triple Wrecks area, the yellowfin tuna fishery has been holding up, though there are a few days when those fish turn off. At Belmar, the Golden Eagle reported a very good yellowfin trip on Monday with many limits up to 80 pounds and no one shut out while twice as many tuna were lost.
  • 2020-09-29 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

    SAILING EVERY DAY FOR PORGY S AND BLACKFISH!WE WILL CONTINUE BLUEFISHING EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT!RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL OF OUR TRIPS!For more information or for reservations please give us a call at 732-496-5383!
  • 2020-09-28 Ristori Bay Head

    Unfortunately, little tunny are the poorest eating of the tunas, and most of the 6-10-pound average fish are released. The Golden Eagle had a 14-pounder among the smaller blues yesterday, and also lost what they though was a bluefin tuna, They were on a tuna trip today.

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